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DIY Christmas Wreath Using Clothespins + Washi Tape

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Today I am sharing our fun DIY Christmas Wreath Using Clothespins + Washi Tape.  Clothespin Christmas crafts are perfect for both kids and adults.  Washi tape is easy to work with, decorative and sticks nicely to clothespins. There are several washi tape ideas on google and you can use any color scheme you want to coordinate with your existing holiday decor.

What is Washi tape?

Washi tape is similar to regular tape but you can buy it in several fun decorative colors and patterns. Amazon has the best Christmas Washi Tape Set featuring Santa Xmas Tree, Snowman, Bats, Ghosts, Pumpkin, Autumn Leaves and Halloween and Thanksgiving Patterned tape here.

Washi tape also removes easier from walls, not leaving marks or pulling of paint. The name washi, comes from the original Japanese masking tape hence the name, washi tape.  I used the Scotch expressions washi tape but there are several brands who also make similar tape. 

This package from Amazon would be perfect for a Halloween clothespin wreath, a Fall clothespin wreath or any themed Christmas clothespin wreath. 

DIY Christmas Wreath 

Diy Christmas Clothes pin wreath

red stripes and green washi tape DIY Christmas clothespin wreath, red reindeer, white mirror, silver christmas tree cone

Supply list

Scotch® Expressions Washi Tape (holiday patterns/colors)

Scotch® Duct Tape (cherry red)

12″ floral craft ring

70 clothes pins (buy here)

hot glue gun (optional)

ornaments, red and green pom poms, (optional)

Scissors

red duct tape and scoth washi holiday tape

Clothespin Christmas Wreath Instructions

  1. Start by wrapping your floral ring with red Duct Tape.

red duct tape around a cardboard wreath frame

2. Next, clip your clothes pins around the ring.

clothespins on a wreath frame

I used 3 different holiday Scotch® Expressions tapes. Green, green dots and red stripes. I alternated them to created an eclectic look.

red stripes and green washi tape DIY Christmas clothespin wreath

3. Next step, you will need to trim the edges of the tape unless your find larger clothes pins. Smaller fine cutting scissors work the best.

You could also pre-cut your tape and add to the clothes pins first, then clip once taped. Either way will work.

red stripes and green washi tape DIY Christmas clothespin wreath

4. Hang your homemade Christmas wreath on a mirror, wall or front door. I used a 3M™ Command™ Hanging Strip to hang the wreath on our mirror.

To enhance the wreath, I glued 2 different colored ornaments around the wreath making this a super cute wreath for the holiday season.

Clothespin Wreath Ideas

This homemade wreath would also look really cute as a table top centerpiece or Christmas decoration for a kids hot cocoa party. 

If you are looking for more DIY Christmas Wreath ideas, click through to this post, DIY Christmas ornament wreath idea. 

You could add a few small glitter trees with faux snow in the middle or small potted greens and you would instantly add a touch of Christmas to your tabletop.

Clothespins are used for several crafts and seasonal Fall, Spring and Grinch Clothespin Christmas wreaths are very popular holiday crafts. 

This DIY Clothespin wreath is a quick and easy way to decorate a mirror, wall or tabletop for the upcoming holidays. There are so many different Scotch® Duct Tapes and Scotch® Expression Washi Tape colors and patterns that the possibilities are endless.

About The Author

What started as a hobby, Jessica’s blog now has millions of people visit yearly and while many of the projects and posts look and sound perfect, life hasn’t always been easy. Read Jessica’s story and how overcoming death, divorce and dementia was one of her biggest life lessons to date.

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  1. melissa smith says:

    Love it..I am definitely doing this . Thank you Jessica!